Defibtech Lifeline AED – DCF-100
Your Complete Rescue-Ready Unit Includes:
- 1 Brand New Defibtech Lifeline AED Defibrillator
- 8 Year Warranty
- 1 Pair Of Adult Electrode Pads
- 1 Long-Life Battery Pack (Lasts 5 Years)
- 1 9V Lithium Battery For AED Self Checks
- 1 User Manual
- 1 Quick User Guide
- 1 FREE Defibtech Lifeline AED Carrying Case, a $99.00 value!
- 1 FREE Demonstration / Overview Video
- 1 FREE Medical Prescription / Authorization Details
- 1 FREE Premium AED+CPR Responder Kit ($50 value) Details
- 1 FREE Inspection / Maintenance Tag Details
- 2 FREE AED “Equipped Facility” Decal / Sticker Details
- AMERICAN AED Lifetime Maintenance Notification & Support
- FREE UPS Shipping Details
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Features & Benefits of the Defibtech Lifeline AED
With its bright yellow and black coloring and attractive, sleek curves, the non-intimidating Lifeline AED invites prominent display anywhere.
The biphasic defibrillation we use is extremely effective at resuscitating patients in ventricular fibrillation – the most common form of Sudden Cardiac Arrest – on the first shock.
Easy to Use
The Lifeline AED is designed for speed and simplicity. Built to the demanding standards of professional emergency personnel. Simple enough for non-medical users.
At just 4.2 pounds a child could carry it. Plus, the Lifeline AED is tested to US Military “drop and shock” specifications.
Roomy, sure-grip rubberized handle makes it simple to pull off the wall and carry quickly to the patient.
Text, Lights & Voice Guides
A calm voice guides the responder step by step while a text display with lights shows the progress.
Pads at the Ready
The electrode pads are tucked into a back pocket ready to apply.
The “Power On” and “Shock” buttons are oversized and brightly lit so even the most nervous fingers will hit their mark
LIFELINE AED® Defibrillator
Technologically advanced enough to include all mission critical features necessary to provide the most advanced treatment for Sudden Cardiac Arrest. Yet so simple and unintimidating to use that even non-medical personnel can effectively save lives.
For first response professionals like police, fire and EMS, the Lifeline AED ( Automated External Defibrillator) is standard equipment. It is becoming as vital as the fire extinguisher.
Defibtech’s breakthrough design makes it possible for every budget to afford a life-saving AED
State-of-the-Art Product Design
Using state-of-the-art engineering techniques and computer automated design ( CAD) tools, Defibtech engineers put best-in-class features on a unit that can be mass produced without compromising quality or reliability
Fully Automated Circuit Board Construction
The Defibtech Lifeline is manufactured using the most modern automated production and testing equipment available. This ensures that the devices are produced exactly the same way every time, reducing production time and unit cost, while simultaneously increasing quality and reliability.
Comprehensive Quality Testing
Before the Lifeline even reaches final inspection, it has already been optically inspected by a computer vision system and tested by an automated ICT system that checks thousands of electrical parameters. Each and every Lifeline AED is individually tested and inspected by a trained Defibtech technician before shipment.
Ready for Delivery – Ready for Rescue
Defibtech delivers the most cost-effective AED on the market at the highest levels of quality and reliability. Our customers receive a world-class product without having to wait for their life-saving AED to arrive due to producti on backlogs or manufacturing delays.
Just The Facts – Know Your AED
How often must I change batteries?
Defibtech AEDs come with a lithium battery pack that is available in a 5- or 7-year size. If the unit is used frequently, the battery pack may have to be replaced more often. The AED will inform the user when the battery pack needs to be replaced.
What else do I need to do to keep my AED in working order?
The pad package must be replaced every two years. Otherwise, the AED performs automatic self-checks on a daily basis to test its operational readiness. If anything is not fully functional, the unit will make a loud chirp and flash a red light warning the owner that servicing may be required.
Can the AED itself make a mistake?
It is unlikely. Studies show that AEDs interpret the victim’s heart rhythm more quickly and accurately than many trained emergency professionals. If the AED determines that no shock is needed, it will not allow a shock to be given.
Can I be sued if I help someone suffering from SCA?
State and federal “Good Samaritan” laws cover users who, in good faith, attempt to save a person from death. To date, there are no known judgments against anyone who used an AED to save someone’s life.
Has anyone been revived by using a Defibtech AED?
Defibtech AEDs have saved many lives since they were introduced to the market in 2003.
Can anyone buy an AED?
Anyone can buy an AED. The Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) rules require a physician’s prescription (AEDs are manufactured and sold under guidelines approved by the Food and Drug Administration) before the unit can be delivered.
Why are Defibtech AED better than other AEDs?
Defibtech designs units from the ground up, building on a foundation of previous medical device knowledge and incorporating a number of design and technological innovations. As a result, Defibtech AEDs are state-of-the-art defibrillators designed for non-medical personnel as well as for professional responders.
Why do we need AEDs?
AEDs save lives. When a person has a sudden cardiac arrest, the heart becomes arrhythmic. Every minute that the heart is not beating lowers the odds of survival by 7-10 percent. After 10 minutes without defibrillation, very few people survive.
What does the American Heart Association (AHA) say about AEDs?
The American Heart Association (AHA) strongly supports having AEDs in public areas such as sports arenas, office complexes, schools, doctors’ offices, shopping malls, airports, and other public places. The AHA also advocates that all police and fire and rescue vehicles be equipped with an AED.